"Chicken and paprika are considered an especially winning combination all over the world. This basic Paprika Chicken recipe is so easy, yet so good. Enjoy! Add chili powder or dried chives to the seasoning if desired." — Sue Primeau
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skinless, boneless chicken breasts
ground black pepper to taste
This was really good. I tweaked it just a bit. Instead of sprinkling the seasoning on the chicken, I mixed it in with some olive oil in a bowl, then brushed it on both sided of the chicken before cooking. Came out wonderful. My picky kids ate it up and asked for seconds!
The clasic Hungarian dish uses much more paprica (a quarter cup if you believe it) as well as garlic, and tomato paste. This is not quite the same as a gulash, but it's too weak for my taste.
This is a great heart healthy recipe, i added a little extra seasoning such as, more papriks and some garlic powder. It turned out very yummy, very low in salt and fat. Good for anyone tring to watch both because of heart problems.
I had to triple the paprika and use four cloves of real garlic (not powder!) to make it taste seasoned.
quite bland. This is just chicken with a little dry spice.
Depending on the Hungarian or Austrian region, chicken paprikas is made with a sauce containing tomato or sour cream and also onions.
Delicious! I added some salt and 2 cloves of garlic on top of the powder to give it some more flavour, and it turned out absolutely great.
I used more Paprika as some of the review suggested. However, I think I overdid it. Next time I will use a little less. I also used a few tablespoons of Olive oil.
I mixed the spices with olive oil and rubbed it on the chicken, which seemed to work a little better, also added more paprika.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 14
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